The biography of Hector Pascual, an Argentinian costume-maker for theatre, ballet, and opera productions. He arrived in Paris in 1950. Although Hector Pascual is unknown, he worked with the geniuses of the theater of the last half of the 20th century. The text talks about his journey and the people he encountered on his path: the writer Héctor Bianciotti (who made Hector Pascual one of his characters in his “Le pas si lent de l’amour”,) Ana de Pombo, Leonor Fini, Georges Wakhievitch, Jean Cocteau, Erte, Jean-Louis Barrault, Jorge Lavelli, Jacques Dupont, Salvador Dali, Maurice Bejart, Roland Petit, Rudolf Nureyev, the Barón de Rédé and Guy de Rothschild …. in the 70s, he joined the house of Yves Saint Laurent, to create the YSL Museum.
Published in Spanish.
First Prize International Latino Book Awards
Forthcoming in French, Italian and English.
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